continuing education

continuing education LLJ continuin^ec,ucati Forecaste r Training Course to Be Held The course will cover real-world weather analysis in South Dakota and forecasting, concepts and application of consult- ing meteorology, types of weather users and ways to A four-week forecaster training course will be held forecast weather for their specific requirements, and in Rapid City, South Dakota, in the summer of 2001. rare-event weather forecasting. Th e course is designed for individuals entering their junior of senior year of study and for recent graduates Th e course will be taught by Chris Orr, who has of a meteorology/atmospheric science program. This more than 22 years of experience in applied meteorol- intensive course will prepare students for any fore- ogy. The course will be held twice, from late May to caster position, providing a real-time environment and late June, and fro m mid-June to mid-July. classroom time. The education and "hands-on" expe- For more information, contact Chris Orr by e-mail rience will be greater than that provided by summer at weather@rushmore.com, or visit the Web site at internships. www.members.rushmore.com/~weather . • SENSORS TO MEASURE • Wind Speed • Wind Direction • Peak Gusts • Temperature • Pressure • Relative Humidity • Precipitation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-82.3.512
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Abstract

LLJ continuin^ec,ucati Forecaste r Training Course to Be Held The course will cover real-world weather analysis in South Dakota and forecasting, concepts and application of consult- ing meteorology, types of weather users and ways to A four-week forecaster training course will be held forecast weather for their specific requirements, and in Rapid City, South Dakota, in the summer of 2001. rare-event weather forecasting. Th e course is designed for individuals entering their junior of senior year of study and for recent graduates Th e course will be taught by Chris Orr, who has of a meteorology/atmospheric science program. This more than 22 years of experience in applied meteorol- intensive course will prepare students for any fore- ogy. The course will be held twice, from late May to caster position, providing a real-time environment and late June, and fro m mid-June to mid-July. classroom time. The education and "hands-on" expe- For more information, contact Chris Orr by e-mail rience will be greater than that provided by summer at weather@rushmore.com, or visit the Web site at internships. www.members.rushmore.com/~weather . • SENSORS TO MEASURE • Wind Speed • Wind Direction • Peak Gusts • Temperature • Pressure • Relative Humidity • Precipitation

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2001

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